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About The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191? | View Entire Issue (July 1, 1910)
The County in General
The “Doings” of our Country I riends
Mrs. Arthur Sanders Is unite il
at tills writing.
Mrs. Cl. P. Vilor and son, Charles
•pent last Friday in Kansas City.
Mrs. (}. 1, Slocum and Mrs. 1C
Wheeler visited Monday In Verdon.
M»-s. Weller and daughter. Janette
returned Tuesday from a visit u
Mfss Stella S< hock of Falls City
visited ovei Sunday with Mrs. I. L
Willis Hinkle and wife of Verdon
visited at the home of Jacob Hinkle
Crate Steve Sloan came over from
Dawson and vie ted a few days with
J. M (ioodloc
„l M. Goodioe and family vlulled
Sunday in the country wiili t!. Sin
net and family.
Uev . Bullock of Oak. N'eh . preached
at the Christian church Sunday morn
ing and evening.
John 1C vans and wife of Shubert
were tailing on Stella friends last
Mr. Marsh of Itulo visited his dau
ghter Mrs John Morgan the hitter
part of last week.
Mrs Frank Hinkle and little son.
Harold, of Falls City visited Stella
relatives last week
Mrs. I. A McDowell and daughter,
Irene went to Shubert Tuesday for a
visit with relatives.
Klmer Mart and wife of llovve vis
ited several days last Week with Mr.
and Mrs. A .1. Curtis.
Miss hisHU Colglazier and l.uelln
are spending the week wiili Mrs.
Winfrey In the country
Mrs Kva Ailor and children of Au
burn visited tire first of the week
with fi. F Ailor and wife
* Mrs. Theo Weaver had the mis
fortune to lose her valuable Jersey
cow the first of the week
Joseph Miller and little son of
low-, visited his mother, Mrs. H. F.
Ailor several days last week
Mir. .Iosif King of Lincoln visited
the first of the week with her broth
er. John Henderson, and family.
11 L. Hogrefe and wife and S. II
Bailey and wife went to Falls City
last Thursday evening in Hogrefe’s
Mrs Thomas Hale and children are
in Koekport, Mo., visiting relatives.
They will remain until after the
Mrs .less Brown and little dau
ghter- of Falls City visited her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs Hinkle, a few days
Mrs (}. Fred Fankell is visiting
her daughter. Mrs. Chari, s Kdwards,
near Shuberl She will lie gone until
after the Fourth
Italph Weller of Omaha has suffi
ricntly recovered from Ids siege of
Welcome In Eve’-y -
Because it ke ’pt
from cellar to ntti . in
and span condition, and *
es the housewife
time, trouble an 1 xp
Just you try if’
Place dishes in pan of wava
water, sprinkle a little 011 0
Dutch Cleanser on dish-olc.li y
(don’t put the cleanser in v. : .
and wash, each piece, nut i.i r
ond pan to drain, rinse in cl *"
water and wipe c’ry. Easier, ’
quicker and hygienic: r. c *
tic or acids (not a soap pi w
Old Dutch Cleanser \.
move the hardest “burn! , ' ’
from pots and pans, v ■ t
old time scalding ami s. : '
Childrens’ l)ny was observed at
the Baptist church last Sunday even
ing. A large crowd was present and
lhe little bilks did exceptionally well.
Mrs John Maun enjoyed a Visit the
first of the week front a nephew who
* lives near Troy, Kansas. The young
matt Is assistant principal of the
! sehor Is at Chapman.
Miss Klla Janies of Shubert visit
ed Monday with her brother, Ur. M.
Jain s and wife. She left Tuesday
for an extended trip through the
I east, and expected to he In I lost on for
the Fourth of July Sin is in com
pany with a party* of teachers
Mist, Geraldine Stockton spent Sun
day in St. Joe.
Otto Ketone visited friends in
Omaha the middle of the week.
Kluter Wends and family of Table
Itoek spent Sunday in this city.
Mrs K S. Davis and daughter are
visiting friends in Wilbur this week.
Norman Luptou of Lincoln spent
the latter part of the week in this
Otis I nkefer and ('. M. Linn wit
nessed the hull game in Auburn
Miss oille I’etrashek left Monday
for Kansas City, where site will visit
The Linger Longer dub was enter
tained by Mrs, It. It. I'hilpot Wednes
Mrs. G. W Segrisl of Carter. S. I).,
who is visiting here, went to Kansas
S Whitney of Omaha was a guest
at the lunue of his daughter, Mrs. W.
J. Johnson, this week.
Miss Nettie Wozab left Monday for
Old. Neli., where she will spend some
time with relative's.
< li.Mih's Wall jiihI wifi* of Panoru,
Iowa are visiting .lames <>. Atwood
and wife Miis week.
M" and Mrs .lack Purcell of Table
Hock recently visited relatives and
friendr in tills vicinity.
S. K. Stout of Beatrice was a
business visitot in 11 mu bold) the
first of the week.
Miss Floy tlrlnstead of Falls City
is a guest at I lie home of Dr. ,1. A.
Waggoner and wife this week.
II 1’, Marble and wife, accompan
ied by Mrs. Otis Cnkefcr spent a
short time in Table Hock Friday.
M:s. Kiln Audi and daughter. Miss
Mali'i , of Beatrice are spending the
wees witli Mrs Laura Campbell.
William Henry and wife of Mary
ville, Has., are visiting at (lie home
of their daughter, Mrs Wm. Ilahl
Mrs. C M. Linn and son, Don,
left Monday for Lincoln, where they
will spend some time with friends.
A> Freeman is now going about on
crutches, tlie result of an accident
while playing nail Monday evening.
Mrs. Martha Martin of Fort Morgan
Colo, was a guest at the home of
O T. Little and wife a few days tills
•>u:«i’ Carpenter and wife, who have
been visiting relatives in this city,left
Monday for their home in Abilene
Kan u s.
Bol'iimil Fruhhaiier is now residing
in tin* Hayes property on Long Branch
Street, having moved to that place on
Miss Maple Thompson, who lias
spent tlie past year with relatives in
Cot in r. arrived Saturday to visit with
horn * friends.
.Misses Mary E. Petrashek and
Mary M. Petrashek of Table Rock at
tended band concert in this city Sat
Mrs. Chartrow and baby of Bur
chart! arrived Saturday for a few
days visit with (’lias Power and wife
and ether friends.
Miss Helen Wilson, who has em
ployment in Salem, returned to this
city Tuesday, where she will remain
until after the Fourth.
Miss Edna Scott returned to her
home in Beatrice Sunday after spend
ing several days with her mother.
Mrs, Mary Scott, in this city.
Seventy of our people enjoyed
an < xcursion in automobiles Sunday.
They took dinner in Nebraska City,
returning home in the evening.
Mrs Louie Jacobs and children of
Illinois arrived in this city Thurs
day and will join her husband who
is w orking on. tin- Nemaha ditch
Cay Cooper apd wife, accompanied
by Mrs. Me Murry of Ames, Iowa, and
Mrs. t; Seabury of Kansas City, vis
ited friends In Pawnee City Tuesday.
Frank French has resigned his
posit'on as traveling salesman in the
Cooper & Son mill, and has accepted
a position as solicitor for Drinkert &
Emmet Stock Co., of St. Joe.
Miss Ruth Davis returned to her
| home in the city Monday, after spend
I iug some time with her sister, Mrs.
Bash r in Lincoln. She was accom
panied by her cousin Mis Abbie
j Thompson of Auburn, who will vis
I it relatives in this city.
Mists Lola Hums left last week for
Ralph Clark of Kansas City was in
town last week.
Mrs. A. Zook, who lias been very
ill is improving.
Riv. (iearries returned from York
Will Bodkins and family left Friday
l'or Nemaha City.
c. M. Ileittzelman was a county
seat visitor recently.
Mis. Ed Randolph left Wednesday
for a visit with friends at Peru.
Mrs Ed Orcutt and children were
passengers to ltulo Wednesday.
Ed K< ukei left on the • morning
train Tuesday for Norraltir. Kits.
Mrs. Walt : Veaili is eutertuinilig
itei friend. Miss Kttrk. of Lincoln.
Cm It* George Fogs made a trip to
the county seat one day last week.
Charles Sloan of Norcatur. Kansas
is the guest of it is sister. Mrs. ,). S.
Eltua Dillon returned home from
a visit with friends at Shubert Wed
Mrs Lenora Allen left last week
for a visit with relatives at Creigh
John llallorimm and family moved
to the Kelley farm southeast, of town
Thirteen new members were taken
into the Lutheran church south of
Mrs. Mattie Bennett and children
returned this week from a visit with
relatives at Crete.
Elmer llumhuugh, wife and daugh
ter, Vera, visited relatives in Nema
ha City last week.
Mr and Mrs. A. Cheeseman re
turned Wednesday from a visit to
friends in Missouri.
Mrs. Susan Randolph arrived Fri
day < veiling after spending a few
days with friends in Peru.
John Dietrich returned the latter
part of tin* week from a visit to rel
atives in California and Texas.
Harry Baldwin, Howard Conover,
Si lia Johnson and Ethel Saylor saw
th<' bull game at Auburn Tuesday.
Misses Myrtle Evoling and Hazel
Ilrnnke of Campbell, Neb , are visit
ing tin* former's sister, Mrs. L. Ileine
a party or triends gathered at the
home of Grandma Heineman Friday
afternoon to lu lp erlebrate her eigh
Hr. Isaac Philipps, wife and two
children arrived Wednesday afternoon
from Missouri for a short visit with
Mrs. Fliza Goolsby.
F. F. Fwlng took Mesdames W.
II Gcarrics, Sarah Goolsby and Miss
Amelia Schrader to Humboldt in ids
auto one day alst week.
Mrs. Charles Pockluiin and children
and Miss Mary Davis arrived last
week from Horton. Kas.. for a visit
with Mrs. Fliza Goolsby.
Miss Fauna Fasteneau left Satur
day for bet home in Nebraska City
after a very pleasant visit of two
weeks with her sister, Mrs. Leefers,
in this city.
Miss Jennie Stump invited a num
ber of young folks In her home Wed
nesday evening to help celebrate her
brother Clarence's birthday. A nice
time is reported.
Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Arnold and
two daughters went to Crete last
week to attend the commencement ex
ercises of Donne college. Their son,
Hay, was a member of the class of
It*Id. Mrs. Arnold and daughters will
visit the former's mother, Mrs Kin
ney, in Wymore before returning to
their home at this place.
Lola Sturms was a guest of Lydia
Wilma and Blythe Shaffer visited
with Emma Wetzel Sunday.
Elmer Eishire visited Guy Lichty
and wife Saturday evening.
Mrs Christ Mueller and two child
ren spent Sundry afternoon with Mrs.
il. .1. Prichard and family visited
"'ith Xat Auxier and family near Sa
1 eill Sunday.
Mrs. Bartlett returned home last
week after spending a few days with
her daughter in Omaha.
Earl Shaffer and family of Salem
spent the latter part of the week
with the former’s parents.
Mrs. Charles Heineman of Falls
City accompanied five little girls to
the Shaffer party Thursday.
Mrs. F. M. Shaffer and two child
ren and Mrs. Lutz visited with Mrs.
X Peek and children Sunday.
If Beaehey and wife and Guy Lieh
ty and wife were guests of Chester
Stump and wife Sunday evening.
Wes Nedrow and wife wore the
guests of the latter's brother. Mahl
on Stump and wife in Falls City last
Frances Stump and wife returned
home Friday from Omaha, where they
were called by the ^erious illness of
W atula Shaffer entertained six
teen girls at her home from two until
five last Thursday in honor of her
twelfth birthday. The girls had a
fine time and Wanda received many
very nice presents. N’iee refresh
ments were served.
. Ed Davis was a St. Joseph passen
i ser Tuesday.
Will Cunningham left last Sunday
1 for Wyoming.
Si Hunker of Forteseue was a Uulo
I visitor Sunday.
Elsie Wilson visited with Rulo rela
tives last week.
Fred Marsh was a business visitor
in Salem Monday.
Ed Davis was a St. Joseph vis
itor last Monday.
F. Kulp of Wymore was a Rulo
visitor last week.
Essie Marsh was a Falls City vis
itor last Saturday.
I’>. E. Hinkle of Forteseue was a
Rulo visitor Tuesday.
John Gustafson of Wymore was a
Rtllo visitor this week.
Tyniy Asher of Kansas was a
Rulo visitor Saturday.
Jacob Majerus of Falls City was
a Rulo visitor Saturday.
Father Sproll left Sunday night
for a visit to York.
Nellie Morris of Preston visited rel
ative,; in Rulo last week.
Cecil and Mamie Kanaly wen* Falls
City visitors last Monday.
Mrs. Joe Frederick is very sick
with no hopes of recovery.
E. B. Lyman of Wymore was a Kul
visitor the last of the week.
Lonore Gilbert and Ruby Meyers
were Preston visitors Sunday.
H. E Byrant of Chicago was
in Rulo one day last week.
Sophia Pierce returned Sunday
night to her school work in Peru.
George Schaffer returned Sunday
from a two weeks' stay in DeWitt.
Mrs. Goosmati returned Sunday
from a visit with relatives in Iowa.
Rev. A. E. Wachtei was a Falls
City visitor one day last week.
Charlie Cessna of White Cloud
was Rulo business visitor Monday.
Earnest Sttok spent Saturday and
Sunday with home folks in Chester
A. D Eat alloc and wife of Preston
spun Sunday with relatives in Rulo.
Mr. Stanley of Atchison was
transacting business in Rulo last
Mr. and Mrs George Oldfield went
to Auburn Friday to \isit. with rehir
<!• orge Seley and family left Satur
day for a visit with relatives in Mis
L. B Throat) of Lincoln was in
Rulo a short time, one day last
Mrs. James Cronin returned Sun
day from a visit with her children in
A''t Ba-her of Falls City was
a itnlo visitor for several days
John Goosman came np from St.
Joseph Sunday night for a visit with
it is mother.
Maltha Arnold came Saturday ev
ening and spent a few days with Le
Mr. and Mrs Guy Kleckinger of
Falls City spent Sunday with Mr. and
Ruth Harris of Kansas City is vis
iting with her grandparents. Mr and
Roy Goddard went to Kansas City
last week to work for Ed Thompson,
who is very sick.
George Schaffer came up from St.
Joseph Monday night to visit rela
tives in this city.
Carl Leeds of Falls City is vis
iting with his grandparents in
Rulo this week.
Stella Butrick of Fortescue vis
ited with her grandmother. Mrs.
Noiat d last week.
The three Sisters who taught in
the convent the past year left Mon
day for Concordia, Kas.
Dode Anderson and family visit
ed with relatives near Big Lake,
in Missouri last week.
M's. George Dietsch and daughter,
Margaret, of Hastings visited relatives
in Iiulo the first of the week.
M s Parsons and Carrie Boyd ar
rived from Greeley, Col . Friday for a
visit with relatives and neighbors.
St*‘\e Miles, wife and mother came
down from Falls City Saturday to
spend the day with .1. A. Hinkle and
Mary Grace Jenkins left for
Falls CityOue day last week. to
spend her vacation with her
John Aiktnan, Jack Goosman, Tal
hut Hinkle. Clyde Hart and Edna
Davis left. Monday night for Wilson
v i ID'. Neb.
Mrs. Martin Marsh and daughter.
Essie, returned the last of the week
from an extended visit with relatives
Roy Dykes and Miss Naomi Falls
lead drove down from Falls City on
Sunday and were the guests of Alice
and Alta Gilbert.
\ merry crowd of young people
spent Monday afternoon fishing in the
Nemaha. They bad a picnic supper
and drove home in the cool of the
At the annual school meeting held
at the school house Monday afternoon
Hie following were elected as member?
of the school board: George Ward.
George Ocamb and Dan Ratekin.
. - —'
.1. F. Watton and family were Bar
ada visitors Sunday.
Mrs. Georg' Mitchell and daughter
of Stella visited here last week.
Miss Clara Sylvester of Blue
•Springs accompanied her sister. Mrs.
A. Lesley to Barada and spent a ft vv
Bela Butler had the misfortune
to fall on Saturday and sprained both
ankles. She will be laid up for a
Mrs. Jacob Peters entertained Sun
day in honor of Priscilla Woodring,
the Misses Kuhlman, Butler. Franklin
(I ‘urge Fellers moved his family
last, week into rooms in the Kuker
house, on the corner of Second and
Misses Louisa Kuhlman and Aud
rey Wileman came down from Peru
Saturday evening to spend Sunday
with home folks.
Priscilla Woodring' came up from
her home near Falls City and spent
the week end with Mrs. Jacob Peters
and other friends.
At the annual school election this
week E. E. Bole jack was elected to
succeed himself as treasurer of the
board of education.
A large number of young people
from this place attended the party at
tlie home of E. T. Peck Wednesday
evening. It was a surprise for Jesse
T. J. Oliver was up from Falls City
Tuesday to see that the newly elect
ed school officers of Barada and vi
cinity were duly qualified for their
Mrs. Walter Morehead and little
son came down from Vesta with L.
II. Morehead and wife last week and
are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
I. S, Prosser.
I fa Martin of Stella was In Barada
last week, trying to interest some of
our townsmen in the “Brush” car
for which he is agent. We have not
learned what success lie had.
Phineas Fisher and wife and O. B.
Prichard and wife came over from
Maple Grove Saturday to attend the
quarterly conference. Mr. and Mrs.
Fisher remained for the evening ser
Miss Carrie Henson came down
from Peru last week and contracted
with the board of education for the
position of principal of the schools at
tliis place. Miss Henson is a member
of this year's graduating class of the
Peru Normal, and comes highly ere*
Levi Tillman and Mrs, J. A. Gush
ard were in Falls City one day last
week al the bedside of their father,
James Tillman, who is quite ill.
W. E. Slagle was an Auburn visit
or last week.
On Friday evening the home of J.
A. Sailors was the scene of much
fun and enjoyment. A large number
of inyited guests were present and
the evening passed merrily with all
kinds of games and social conversa
tion. All who were fortunate enough
to be present report n splendid time.
VV. F. Butler ttiis week completed
the excavation for his new building,
ami the foundation for that of J. A.
Martin is being laid.
George Duerfeldt was in Falls City
E. E. Butler was a Falls City visit
or Iasi week.
N. A. Arnold was a Falls City vis
itor last week.
Mr and Mrs. Jacob VVlssinger were
Baradn visitors Wednesday.
Jay Slagle was a guest at the
home of E. E. Butler Sunday.
Irene Duerfeldt spent Thursday at
the home of Miss Katie Rienke.
Miss Carrie Dunn spent Sunday
with tier friend, Miss May Davis.
Jesse and Eugene Dunn spent Sun
day with E. E. Butler and family.
Laura Duerfeldt spent last week
with her cousin, Mrs. Jacob Arnold.
Mrs. Lottie Sailors of Barada spent
a few days with her mother, Mrs. R.
Miss Lizzie Zubrick of near Verdon
spent last week with her uncle, E.
Peter Shilling and Mrs. Henry
Rienke wen Falls City visitors last
About thirty friends gathered at the
home of E. 'I'. Peck Wednesday even
ing to celebrate Jesse Dunn's seven
teenth birthday. The evening was
spent in games. Refreshments were
served by Mrs. Peck and Mrs.
A large crowd of friends gathered
at the home of G. W. Duerfeldt to
celebrate, his forty-sixth birthday on
Tuesday evening. The older peoplo
spent the evening in social conver
sation and the young people gathered
on the lawn for games. All enjoyed
themselves until a late hour when re
freshments were served.
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privileges of a modern and well appointed bank.
And in addition to this, personal counsel will' be
given concerning the individual ffnancia! problems of
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